- Jenny Sanford demands psych exam, anger classes for Mark Sanford in new court papers (Live 5 News).
- Officials investigating car fire on Folly (News 2).
- Earl Grant Named Head Coach At College of Charleston (Live 5 News).
- Three Sea Turtles to be Released Friday on Folly Beach (HCS).
- Deputies on scene of shots fired in Ladson (Live 5 News).
- Police: Suspect dead, Greenville officer wounded in LEC shooting (FOX Carolina).
- NCPD: Brothers shot at in Labor Day armed robbery (Live 5 News).
- Body found in Awendaw with apparent gunshot wound (News 2).
- L.I.F.E. is over, Motobar takes over 487 King St. (Charleston City Paper).
- A craft beer lover’s paradise found on Folly Road (Post & Courier).
- Weekly Wine Strolls at Middleton Place return from hiatus (Post & Courier).
- Farm Burger may be looking to expand to the Holy City (Eater Charleston via The Tennessean).
- More than dim sum at new Wong’s Asian Bistro (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina Ad ‘Hides’ Key Fact (Fact Check).
- Campaign crunch time (Post & Courier).
- It Ain’t Getting Much Attention, But is Lindsey Graham In Trouble? (Blue Nation Review).
- 2016 in SC: Ted Cruz speaking at state GOP lunch (The State).
- South Carolina political campaign goes to the dogs (Washington Post).
- Consulting group to work on improving DSS’ image (Post & Courier).
- Hillary super PAC makes moves in South Carolina (MSNBC).
- The Charleston County Democratic Party announced that Governor Jennifer Granholm from Michigan will be the headliner for the annual Blue Jamboree (Eventbrite).
- SC inspector general investigating whether disabled residents overbilled (Live 5 News).
- Medical marijuana committee set to untangle bill (Post & Courier).
- The New Political Rating System That Shows the Stakes This Year (New York Times).
- Mount Pleasant council split over tax hike for recreation (Post & Courier).
- CHER Schedules “D2K” Tour Stop in North Charleston (HCS).
- Elise Testone posted a couple videos from the Led Zeppelin tribute show (YouTube).
- James Taylor To Peform at the Coliseum on 11/21 (HCS).
- Hope Floats, Mt.Pleasant’s First Families (Charleston Grit).
- JO, a book from local author Leah Rhyne, is now available for purchase (Amazon).
- Low-water marks for No. 21 South Carolina, No. 23 Clemson in new AP poll (Post & Courier).
- Former Gamecock Ryan Succop Signs with Titans (WLTX).
- EXPO is the Center of Charleston Water Sports Week (HCS).
- Charleston’s Luis Niebla Named Season’s Final SAL Pitcher of the Week.
- ‘Pouty’ defense earns scorn of Clemson’s head coach, senior captain (Post & Courier).
- Spurrier: RB Davis likely to play vs East Carolina (ABC News 4).
- Steve Spurrier making changes after Gamecocks’ opening loss (Post & Courier).
- Charlie Miller Memorial Golf Tournament on October 10th (HCS).
- Citadel needs big-money games (Post & Courier).
- West Ashley players show support for Bishop England’s Hudson Little (Post & Courier).
- Report: Suspect wore clown mask in weekend hotel robbery (Live 5 News).
- Hotels targeted by robbers Labor Day weekend (ABC News 4).
- Transgender teen to sue SC over license photo (Live 5 News).
- Local nonprofit hopes to raise money to help more kids with cancer (ABC News 4).
- Police: Man inhaling hydrocarbons before crashing into Mt. Pleasant building (ABC News 4).
- CofC Named a “Brave Campus for LGBT Students” (HCS).
- Police looking for man who pointed gun at people in Marion Square (ABC News 4).
- College of Charleston looks to admit top ten percent of local high schools to gain more diverse students (News 2).
- Top MUSC neuroscientist taking position at Rutgers (ABC News 4).
- Program aids African Americans in land preservation (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Berkeley woman discusses her abusive relationship, push for tougher laws (ABC News 4).
- Deputies: Man arrested after admitting to poisoning neighbor’s dog (Live 5 News).
- Blackbaud to buy MicroEdge for $160M (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Mt. Pleasant police search for man in credit card fraud, vehicle break-in (Live 5 News).
- Charleston sheriff honored with Patriot Award (ABC News 4).
- Higher occupancy, rates boost hotel revenue in June (Columbia Regional Business Journal).
- Four sought in N. Charleston grocery store attempted armed robbery (Live 5 News).
- Folly Turtles (Folly Beach).
- Last supermoon of summer to be overshadowed by 2017 total eclipse (Post & Courier).
- MUSC, DHEC doctors brief lawmakers on Ebola protocol (Post & Courier).
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